I'm cc'ing this thread to translators, because we really need most ideas like this
one, in order to tracking more easily our own bugs.
EL Tue, 23 Nov 2010 11:40:51 -0500
"Eric \"Sparks\" Christensen" <sparks(a)fedoraproject.org>
On 11/19/2010 12:42 PM, daniel cabrera wrote:
> On Fri, 2010-11-19 at 11:19 -0500, Eric "Sparks" Christensen wrote:
>> Any thoughts on having a docs-bug list where people can subscribe and
>> get a copy of all BZ tickets that are assigned for the Project?
>> - --Eric
> Just one.
> Would it be a good idea to create a component (or something like it) for
> each language? I'm thinking mostly in the guides, and assuming that most
> of the bugs are typos or missing strings to translate. If those errors
> can be directly assigned to the translation teams, not only they'll be
> solved faster, but you guys will be less overwhelmed.
> Daniel Cabrera (es)
Actually, we have components for languages (i don't know since when);
This for Spanish (es):
Product: Fedora Localization; Component: Spanish
I wonder if this couldn't be done using the existing L10n
If someone submitted a ticket with a translation bug it could be sent
over to the appropriate language component.
As i've pointed above, we have the tools yet, but we are not using it, i think. Maybe
lack of training?
Everybody, please share your search parameters to found bugs, i have this:
Product: Fedora; Keywords: Translation; New, Assigned, Modified
Product: Fedora Documentation; Keywords: translation; N, A, M, V, Closed.
Product: Fedora Localization; Status: Mod, New, Assigned, ON_DEV, ON_QA, RELEASE_PENDING,
Having *just one* bugs list would be a great tool to handle the ubiquitous newcomers to
docs or translation teams, showing them a single source to suscribe for lot of tasks. I
think in a pretty easy address to include in feedback/translation notes; something like
the feedback for webmaster(a)fedoraproject.org would be better (being forwarded to
websites(a)l.fp.o list without hassle). I have the feeling we lose a lot of feedback
(i'm thinking a lot of translation bugs, you know) since the process to file a single
bug forces anyway to create an account into Bugzilla.
Anyway, for everybody looking for something to do about docs&L10N bugs:
Well, you know, maybe it would be better a docs-bugs list and a separate trans-bugs list.
Again, something not demanding one more register process for people kind enough to file a
bug, even in an informal way.